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Canon LBP 460 Printer

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Printer Software

You can download the Windows 3.1/95/98 drivers from Canon's European website. For later versions of Windows the drivers should be built into the operating system. There are no printer drivers available for NT4.


Removing The Windows Printing System

This information was copied from Canon's CCSI web site. Use the following procedure to remove the Windows Printing System for the Canon LBP-460 from your computer.

Windows 3.x

  • Double-click on the "Control Panel" icon.
  • Double-click on the "Printers" icon.
  • Select the Canon LBP-460.
  • Push the "Remove" button.
  • Confirm that you want to remove the Canon LBP-460 printer, push the "Yes" button.
  • Close all open dialog boxes and exit from the Control Panel.
  • Exit from Windows.
  • Change to the Windows directory.
  • Edit the WIN.INI file.
    • Remove WPSHRC.EXE from the line beginning "Load=".
    • Delete the line beginning "QP.LPTn=" (where n is a number).
    • Remove all references to "LBP-460".
  • Edit the SYSTEM.INI file. Under the [386Enh] section, remove and modify the following lines.
    • Remove the lines.
    • device=WPSPEPPY.386
    • device=WPSLJVPD.386
    • device=WPSC1EM.386
    • device=WPSRBND.386
    • Modify the line ";evice=*vpd.386" to "device=*vpd.386".
  • Delete the following files.
    • WPS.INI
    • WPSC1IN.HLP
    • WPSCOM.DLL
    • WPSHW16.DLL
    • WPSSETUP.EXE
    • WPSSETUP.INI
  • Change to the Windows SYSTEM directory and delete the following files.
    • WPSAPD.DLL
    • WPSBANDB.DLL
    • WPSBANDS.386
    • WPSC1.DRV
    • WPSC1.HLP
    • WPSC131.DLL
    • WPSC195.CNT
    • WPSC195.DLL
    • WPSC195.HLP
    • WPSC1EM.386
    • WPSC1PFP.EXE
    • WPSC1PSM.DLL
    • WPSC1TST.DLL
    • WPSC1TST.PCL
    • WPSCART.BIT
    • WPSCART.DIR
    • WPSCUST.INF
    • WPSFIX16.DLL
    • WPSFIX32.DLL
    • WPSHRC.EXE
    • WPSHRE.DLL
    • WPSINST.DLL
    • WPSINT2.BIT
    • WPSINT2.DIR
    • WPSIOMON.DLL
    • WPSIOMON.EXE
    • WPSLJVPD.386
    • WPSLP.DLL
    • WPSMOM.PFP
    • WPSMOM.PSW
    • WPSMON.DLL
    • WPSMON16.DLL
    • WPSPCL4.DLL
    • WPSPEPPY.386
    • WPSPSW.EXE
    • WPSQPR.DLL
    • WPSREND.DLL
    • WPSRP.DLL
    • WPSRS.DLL
    • WPSSETUP.INF
  • Remove the Windows WPS directory.
  • If you want to delete the Windows Printing System sounds, delete the following files from where you installed them (default is the Windows\ System directory)
    • PADDPAP.WAV
    • PCOMMERR.WAV
    • PCOVER.WAV
    • PDONE.WAV
    • PERROR.WAV
    • PFEED.WAV
    • PJAM.WAV
    • PPAUSED.WAV
    • PRESUME.WAV
    • PSTARTED.WAV
    • PSTOPPED.WAV
    • PTRAY.WAV

Windows 95

  • Click Start, then point to Settings.
  • Click Printers.
  • Delete the LBP-460 from Printers folder.
  • Confirm that you want to remove the Canon LBP-460 printer, push the "Yes" button.
  • Edit the WIN.INI file. Remove WPSHRC.EXE from the line beginning "Load=". Delete the line beginning "QP.LPTn=". (where n is a number) Remove all references to "LBP-460".
  • Edit the SYSTEM.INI file. Under the [386Enh] section, remove the following lines:
    • device=WPSPEPPY.386
    • device=WPSC1EM.386
    • device=WPSRBND.386
  • Restart Microsoft Windows.
  • Click Start, then point to Programs.
  • Click Windows Explorer.
  • Change to Windows directory.
  • Delete the following files
    • WPS.INI
    • WPSC1IN.HLP
    • WPSCOM.DLL
    • WPSHW16.DLL
    • WPSSETUP.EXE
    • WPSSETUP.INI
  • Change to the Windows System directory and delete the following files
    • WPSAPD.DLL
    • WPSBANDB.DLL
    • WPSBANDS.386
    • WPSC1.DRV
    • WPSC195.CNT
    • WPSC195.DLL
    • WPSC195.HLP
    • WPSC1EM.386
    • WPSC1PFP.EXE
    • WPSC1PSM.DLL
    • WPSC1TST.DLL
    • WPSC1TST.PCL
    • WPSCART.BIT
    • WPSCART.DIR
    • WPSCUST.INF
    • WPSFIX16.DLL
    • WPSFIX32.DLL
    • WPSHRC.EXE
    • WPSHRE.DLL
    • WPSINST.DLL
    • WPSINT2.BIT
    • WPSINT2.DIR
    • WPSLP.DLL
    • WPSMOM.PFP
    • WPSMOM.PSW
    • WPSMON.DLL
    • WPSMON16.DLL
    • WPSPCL4.DLL
    • WPSPEPPY.386
    • WPSPSW.EXE
    • WPSQPR.DLL
    • WPSREND.DLL
    • WPSRP.DLL
    • WPSRS.DLL
    • WPSSETUP.INF
  • If you want to delete the Windows Printing System sounds, delete the following files from where you installed them (default is the Windows\ System directory)
    • PADDPAP.WAV
    • PCOMMERR.WAV
    • PCOVER.WAV
    • PDONE.WAV
    • PERROR.WAV
    • PFEED.WAV
    • PJAM.WAV
    • PPAUSED.WAV
    • PRESUME.WAV
    • PSTARTED.WAV
    • PSTOPPED.WAV
    • PTRAY.WAV

"Absolutely Bogus WPS printer driver"

My printer driver is set as "Absolutely Bogus WPS printer driver", and despite reinstalling the drivers it won't let me set it back to the Canon driver, as it tells me the driver doesn't exist. What can I do?

What you need to do is run Regedit, and remove any entries in the Windows Registry for "Absolutely Bogus WPS printer driver" or "Absolutely Bogus WPS printer dr". When you've done that, close Regedit and Reboot the computer. Once back into Windows, go back into the printer properties and you should be able to select the correct driver.


Windows 95 crashes after installing printer driver.

Computer lockups after rebooting from Windows Printing System driver installation. This typically happens after upgrading from Windows 3.1x to Windows 95. The solution is to edit the System.ini file and remove the MinTimeSlice line.